Difference between revisions of "PyLink"

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Run your own irc network? Looking to link with us? *At least one main large channel is required to link* Fill out a [https://www.irc-nerds.net/wp/pylink-application PyLink Application]<br>
Run your own irc network? Looking to link with us? *At least one main large channel is required to link* Fill out a [https://www.irc-nerds.net/wp/pylink-application PyLink Application]<br>
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<b>Actively Linked "Private" PyLinked Networks</b>:<br>
<b>Actively Linked "Private" PyLinked Networks (Server 2 Server Links)</b>:<br>
* Technet
* Technet
* EvilNet
* EvilNet
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<b>Actively Linked "Public" PyLinked Networks</b>:<br>
<b>Actively Linked "Public" PyLinked Networks (clientbot aka relay bot)</b>:<br>
* rizon
* rizon
* libera
* freenode
* swiftirc

Revision as of 17:53, 4 May 2022

Pylink is described as a "Multi-network IRC Services & server-side relayer". Pylink allows you to link networks together and use services from whichever network you prefer.

Run your own irc network? Looking to link with us? *At least one main large channel is required to link* Fill out a PyLink Application

Actively Linked "Private" PyLinked Networks (Server 2 Server Links):

  • Technet
  • EvilNet



Actively Linked "Public" PyLinked Networks (clientbot aka relay bot):

  • rizon
  • libera
  • freenode
  • swiftirc